Beautiful Yandina Station hosted the wedding of Felicia and Blake. Both from the country, Felicia said they choose Yandina Station “because it had a little bit of country with a little bit of city all rolled into one – just perfect”. The weather was amazing, the bride looked so beautiful and elegant that Blake was speechless. Not forgetting the groom and his supporting ‘team’ scrubbed up exceptionally well.
It was a wonderful day for Dave and Lauren and their 4 children when they exchanged vows at Flaxton Gardens in July. The Sunshine Coast Hinterland welcomed family and friends from near and far to a perfect Hinterland Wedding. The bride and groom choose a VW Kombi as their wedding car. They completed their celebration with a Sand Ceremony to bring the family together (we earlier practised with white and raw sugar) and the end result was a wonderful mix of colours. The girls looked beautiful in floor length white dresses and the bridesmaids wore a gorgeous shade of sapphire blue.
Peter and Sarah exchanged wedding vows at Sunset in the beautiful surrounds of Montville Misty View Cottages. Trying to organise their ceremony while they travelled away for their respective jobs was difficult but the evening unfolded beautifully. Peter shed a tear as he pledged his love for Sarah. The beautiful bridesmaids treated their jobs with the upmost respect “as long as there was none of that yucky kissing stuff”.
Testimonial: Thank you so much for being part of our ceremony, you were amazing! We wish you a very successful 2013 and thank you one again for everything. Pete and Sarah
The Sunshine Coast Hinterland will be hosting another magnificent Wedding Expo
on Sunday 16 June 2013
from 9am – 4pm
at Flaxton Gardens, 313 Flaxton Drive (just minutes from Montville)
See and chat with some of the Hinterland’s professional wedding suppliers – Celebrants, Makeup Artists, Bridal Gowns, Wedding Flowers, Wedding Co-ordinators and many more. Visit some of the beautiful venues that will be open for inspection. Catwalk and Canapes at 3pm with some lovely prizes.
The bride and groom travelled from across the globe to exchange vows in front of family and friends at The Spotted Chook & Amelies Petite Maison in Montville. The mini bridesmaids and a handsome (18month old) ring bearer completed the junior wedding party. Emma and Rod pledged their love for each other, and tried to look into each other’s eyes and not laugh. (I was honoured to be asked by the two mini bridesmaids (just before the ceremony), to see their Irish Dancing – so very cute). While Rod was waiting for Emma to arrive I heard him tell his bestman “I just want to marry Emma” – such a gorgeous couple on such a beautiful day. The newly married couple enjoyed a wonderful afternoon and evening of delicious food and wines at The Spotted Chook Montville.
Emma and Rod after their ceremony
The gorgeous bridesmaids
Testimonial: We just wanted to say a little thank you to you while we have access to the Internet but will send you a proper thank you when back in the UK. You were definitely the best celebrant we could possibly have asked for (so many people said after that you were the best celebrant they’d ever seen). We loved having you as part of the wedding and we’re so grateful for all the personal attention you gave us.Best wishes Rod and Emma x
Guests, and the bride and groom, travelled from far and wide to attend the wedding of Kate and Shane on their beautiful farm, in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, just outside of Maleny. The weather was balmy with a hint of a breeze as Kate walked between bales of hay (giving the ceremony a very rustic feel) escorted by her Mum and Dad, into the arms of her very proud, soon to be husband, Shane. They wrote their own vows and wouldn’t even share them with me, their Celebrant. Shane said “if Kate knew what he was going to say she would cry”, and cry she did when he promised to love, respect and cherish her for always. Kate’s vows were just as beautiful and she remarked later, “they must have been thinking alike as hers were very similar” – they certainly belong together.
It was a beautiful sunny afternoon when guests arrived at the beautiful and tranquil Spicers Tamarind Retreat in Maleny. Simone and Nathan chose Spicers Tamarind for its elegance and relaxed charm nestled in the trees. The beautiful bride escorted by her Dad, Stephen, made the short walk from their Cabin to the wedding lawn. The slight breeze picking up her veil giving her the look of an Angel gliding in.
Guests arrived from from across the Tasman and Simone and Nathan were given a special Maori Blessing to lead them on their way into the future as Mr and Mrs.
Speaking to Simone the following day she said “everything was just beautiful, from the ceremony, the venue, the food – just everything – we were so happy”.